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United Kingdom

National Network

AOSH Awarding Body UK Ltd.

AOSH Awarding Body UK Ltd. is a progressive and fast growing autonomous awarding body, our purpose is to certify practitioners in the health and safety profession. AOSH UK Certification Schemes are accredited by International Accredited Service (IAS) as per ISO/IEC/17024:2012 standard.
AOSH UK is proud to offer Certified Safety Specialist (CSS). The CSS is the pioneer certification (in the UK) in safety, health & environment accredited by IAS/ISO/IEC 17024:2012 standards for personnel certification programs. The CSS certification purpose is to promote excellence and professionalism in the health & safety field. The CSS certification authenticates that certified individuals have met minimum formal education, competency and experience requirements. For more information contact us or visit the website.
Contact

AOSH Awarding Body UK Ltd.

209 Tower Bridge Business Centre
46-48 East Smithfield
E1W 1AW London
United Kingdom
+44 203 514 7170

Contact person:

Mike Johns

https://www.facebook.com/AOSHUK/
https://www.linkedin.com/in/aosh-uk-a18380131/?trk=public_profile_browsemap&originalSubdomain=uk

eosh (Environmental Occupational Safety and Health)

The goal of EOSH UK, an independent certification authority that is developing quickly, is to certify people who work in the field of Health and Safety. The EOSH Certification Programs adhere to the ISO/IEC/17024:2012 standard.
During the development and consultation processes, EOSH makes use of the talents of industry and health and safety professionals. EOSH's experience is demonstrated by the depth of knowledge in the development of exams, accreditation, and certification.
Contact

eosh (Environmental Occupational Safety and Health)

20-22, Wenlock Road
N1 7GU London
United Kingdom

Contact person:

Rachel Liam

Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH)

The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) is the world's leading professional body for people responsible for safety and health in the workplace. IOSH longs to give the safety and health profession a consistent, independent, authoritative voice at the highest levels.
The institution supports its members in a variety of practical and effective ways. IOSH offers online forums, networking events, conferences, exhibitions and helplines to share information as well as advice, legal guidance and best practice. IOSH runs high-profile campaigns to promote awareness of the issues that affect safety, health and wellbeing at work and highly regarded training courses.
IOSH's objective is a world where work is safe and healthy for every working person, every day.
The institution collaborates with a number of international networks and is involved in a variety of projects that span the globe. The IOSH NACs (New Accession Countries) Initiative plays a key role in supporting new EU member states, and candidate states in their drive to meet EU health and safety standards. IOSH collaborates with ENETOSH and BALCanOSHnet and is a founding member of ENSHPO, the European Network of Safety and Health Professional Organisations, which aims to bring together health and safety professional organisation from across Europe.
Contact

Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH)

The Grange, Highfield Drive
LE18 1NN Wigston, Leicestershire
United Kingdom
+44 1162573613

Contact person:

Ruth Wilkinson
Head of Policy

https://www.linkedin.com/in/ruth-wilkinson-55596130/

Jolly Back

Jolly Back, founded by physiotherapist Lorna Taylor, has been providing practical and ergonomic solutions, backed up by trusted advice, for employers and employees working with young children since 2009.
Jolly Back aspires to improve the working life, health and comfort of early years and primary educators, pediatric therapists and those caring for children through providing practical and ergonomic seating solutions.
Lorna Turner created the unique and revolutionary Jolly Back Chair after being unable to find a low, mobile chair which would adequately support staff. Since then, Jolly Back has won several education, design and customer service awards, developed new products and solutions and assessed others to support employees, employers and children with their back care and health needs.
Contact

Jolly Back

17 Laurel Crescent Smalley
DE7 6EJ Derbyshire
United Kingdom
+447432659395

Contact person:

Lorna Taylor
Director and Founder

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE)

HSE helps workers understand how they can stay safe and well.
With roots stretching back to 1833 the modern HSE is an independent regulator with over forty years' experience helping Great Britain work well. Using world leading science we have helped protect millions of people from devastating injury and suffering.
Please note: Health and Safety Laboratory (HSL) is re-branded as 'Solutions from HSE'
The way that HSE supports organisations is evolving. We have extended the HSE brand to encompass the products and services that were previously offered under Health and Safety Laboratory (HSL) brand. Extending the HSE brand helps organisations to make a better distinction between the types of support we offer. HSE's core offer remains unchanged: we will continue to provide Guidance and Research on our main website (https://www.hse.gov.uk/) to help employers to with their obligations under health and safety law.
Full details of products and services offered under the extended HSE brand can be found at https://solutions.hse.gov.uk
Contact

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE)

Harpur Hill
SK17 9JN Derbyshire
United Kingdom
+44 203 028 3704

University Nottingham

An internationally renowned global research centre in occupational health in the University of Nottingham.
The Centre for Organizational Health & Development (COHD) was established in 1988. The COHD currently resides within the Division of Psychiatry and Applied Psychology of the School of Medicine and we support the work of the Institute of Mental Health. COHD also includes members from Nottingham University Business Schools in the UK and China as well as the Division of Organisational and Applied Psychology in Malaysia.
Our Centre is active globally with an extensive portfolio of research and education programmes. We are members of key networks in Europe and internationally with several programmes associated with the Centre, including:
hosting the European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology and supporting its flagship journal Work & Stress
being recognised as an approved collaborating centre of the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions
supporting activities of the International Commission on Occupational Health (ICOH) scientific committee on Work Organisation and Psychosocial Factors
supporting the Springer book series Aligning Perspectives in Health, Safety & Well-being.
Contact

University Nottingham

Yang Fujia Building
Jubilee Campus
Wollaton Road
NG8 1BB Nottingham
United Kingdom

Contact person:

Prof. em. Stavroula Leka

University of Brighton

The Health and Safety Department provides all staff and students at Brighton University with advice and guidance on safety so as to support living, working and learning in a safe and sustainable environment.
The department is responsible for the delivery of a range of services including; advice, training, auditing, accident investigation, fire safety services, occupational health services. The department is dedicated to promoting the health and safety of students, staff, contractors, visitors and others in the University and creating a safe environment for all through guidance, coordination, monitoring and dissemination of information.
Contact

University of Brighton

Exon 27
Crowhurst Road 
BN18AF Brighton
United Kingdom
01273 643143

Contact person:

BSc, MIOSH Alan Cowen

More information:

Health and Safety Office 01273 643144

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